Haiti: Acute Food Insecurity Situation June - July 2013
RELEASE DATE
21.08.2013
VALIDITY PERIOD
21.06.2013 > 30.07.2013
June - July 2013 
 
 
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Acute
Malnutrition


The spring harvests, which are taking place successively in some livelihood zones, have provided households with their own production for consumption and sale. However, in poor and very poor households in dry areas (dry farming and fishing areas, plateau agro-pastoral areas, dry agropastoral areas), food consumption is minimal. The immediate causes are the delay in harvesting due to the late start of the rainy season, the effects of decapitalization caused by the succession of shocks in 2012 (drought, Hurricane Isaac and Hurricane Sandy) still present, the reduced availability of opportunities to sell local labor, and the upward trend in price levels for this period, particularly for imported rice. rice. The reduction in "post-Sandy" interventions has had a negative impact on negatively on food access.


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